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The best gigs, clubs & festivals in Dublin this week

The best gigs, clubs & festivals in Dublin this week

Luke Sharkey

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Monday January 6th

  • Nothing of note.

Tuesday January 7th


Wednesday January 8th

Bowie Festival

  • David Bowie Made Me Gay @ Bloody Mary’s (€6+)
    Panel style discussion with Tonie Walsh and Darryl Bullock which measures the influence of the LGBTQ+ community on pop culture.
  • I Heart Bowie @ Whelans (€20+)
    Cover band performs the hits with the help of a few notable guests.


Thursday January 9th

Bowie Festival


  • Trad Thursdays @ Lucky’s (Free)
    Yurt
  • NICETRY: Aoife Wolf @ Whelan’s (€5+)
    BIMM graduates play their first-ever headline show.
  • My Story, My Song @ Lost Lane (Sold Out)
    A gathering of Irish musicians get together for a night that melds music and positive mental health practices. As part of First Fortnight.

Friday January 10th

Bowie Festival

  • Rebel Rebel @ The Academy (€29+)
    One of the Bowie cover band’s held in the highest regard.
  • The Bowie Ball @ Whelan’s (€11+)
    Fancy dress ball for Bowie heads.


Saturday January 11th

See Also

Bowie Festival



Sunday January 12th

Bowie Festival


  • First Fortnight: Co-Motion @ The Botanic Gardens (2pm, Free)
    Interactive and family-friendly music and multimedia installation in the Botanic Gardens.
  • ReDiviᗡɘЯ @ The Workmans Club (€10+)
    Irish experimental jazz.


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